- Why SQL is beating NoSQL, and what this means for the future of data
- Build a NoSQL Database From The Scratch in 1000 Lines of Code
- NoSQL Data Modeling Techniques
- Git as a NoSql database
- Visual Guide to NoSQL Systems
Are you puzzled by SQL and NoSQL? Are you unsure what to use in your next project? Craig discusses the primary differences in on handy summary.
There are so many NoSQL systems these days that it's hard to get a quick overview of the major trade-offs involved when evaluating relational and non-relational systems in non-single-server...
After years of being left for dead, SQL today is making a comeback. How come? And what effect will this have on the data community?
Introducing LibraDB, a working database I created using Go
We can create a Git NoSQL database by using some internal plumbing commands. Git is a content tracker, it just happens to be used mostly for source control.
NoSQL databases are often compared by various non-functional criteria, such as scalability, performance, and consistency. This aspect of NoSQL is well-studied both in practice and theory because sp…
Scalability is one of the main drivers of the NoSQL movement. As such, it encompasses distributed system coordination, failover, resource management and many other capabilities. It sounds like a bi…
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